Content Creator - Energy Equity & Climate
Dialogue Collaborative, a project of Georgia Alliance Education Fund, is seeking a
part-time content creator to produce various types of content for the energy equity and climate vertical of our organization’s and partners brand and social media. The content creator will work closely with the Digital Communications Manager, department staﬀ, and partner organizations to uplift climate equity and social justice issues and the work of the grassroots coalitions Progress Georgia partners with. Ideal candidates are interested in creating easily digestible, accessible, and authentic content about often complex environmental topics and policies for a general audience that connects with Georgia’s most impacted communities.
About Dialogue Collaborative
Dialogue is a conversation that lives in the center, not sides. It welcomes us to think and learn together, beyond polarized viewpoints and narrowed opinions, to exist in a space of civility and equality. Dialogue Collaborative aims to create spaces that empower and inform to strengthen democracy and increase civic engagement and voter participation. Dialogue Collaborative seeks to bridge the participation gap in civic engagement through fact-based education and research with strategic, creative, and integrative communications strategies.
- Have or are pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree (Graduation date in 2023 or 2024 accepted) in Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, Journalism/Media, Theater, Film or any other related ﬁeld
- Eligible to work in the United States
- In-depth knowledge of social media platforms (including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, Threads, etc.)
We are seeking someone that:
- Is a social media aﬁcionado, you have your ﬁnger on the pulse of the latest & greatest and aren’t afraid to test out new channels and ﬁgure out what works;
- Is a political junkie and committed to social justice;
- Is comfortable on camera;
- Is able to understand complex issues and turn it into easily digestible content;
- Is comfortable working in a ﬂexible, fast-paced, dynamic environment where changes in external factors can create new opportunities and challenges to existing strategies;
- Has excellent written and verbal communication skills with a strong attention to detail, speciﬁcally with projects that may require rapid response or a quick turnaround;
- Is a collaborative team player, creative thinker, and resourceful problem solver;
- Has basic graphic design and video editing experience;
- Is proﬁcient at managing their own projects and workload while incorporating feedback and meeting proposed deadlines;
- Has experience working in Georgia (or within the South) strongly preferred;
- Brainstorm and collaborate with the digital and communications departments to develop and produce short form content.
- Lead content creation and tackle new channels and content formats, with a strong focus on video (e.g. Reels, TikTok, Youtube).
- Stay abreast of relevant political, social justice, energy, and environmental news in Georgia and across the country.
- Distill complex climate equity and political topics into easily digestible content for a general audience with assistance from experts and feedback from creative leads and stakeholders.
- Closely monitor key trends and best practices for social media and content creation, identifying and championing areas of opportunity for the brand.
Compensation and Time Commitment
Reports to: Digital Communications Director
Based in: Atlanta, GA
Salary: $30,000 annually
Time Commitment: 25 hours per week
This role supports a year-long project that may lead to permanent employment
Start date: Immediately
Travel: Some in-state travel may be required
Beneﬁts: Medical & dental insurance; generous paid time oﬀ policy that includes holidays, annual leave and sick leave
To apply please submit a CV, cover letter and any relevant links to previous work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you submit this application, we will then contact you with instructions to submit a writing sample following our guidelines.
Progress Georgia celebrates our differences. We do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. Women and Persons of Color are strongly encouraged to apply.